Violent Cop (1989) (Japanese)


Story – Detective Azuma is a Dirty-Harry style rogue cop who often uses violence and unethical methods to get results. While investigating a series of drug-related homicides, Azuma discovers that his friend and colleague, Iwaki, is supplying drugs from within the police force. After Iwaki is murdered and Azuma’s sister is kidnapped, he breaks all the rules to dish out his particular form of justice.

Director:Takeshi Kitano
Genre: Crime
Takeshi Kitano – Azuma (as Beat Takeshi)
Maiko Kawakami – Akari
Makoto Ashikawa – Kikuchi
Shir̫ Sano РYoshinari
Sei Hiraizumi – Iwaki (as Shigeru Hiraizumi)
Mikiko Otonashi – Iwaki’s Wife
Country: Japan
Language: Japanese
Subtitles: English (External)

Sixty Million Dollar Man (Chinese) 1995

Sixty Million Dollar Man

Synopsis / Plot
Stephen Chow plays one of his stock characters, a rich egotist who spends his days fooling others and generally acting stuck-up and snotty. At school, he teases nerdy classmate Gigi Leung and her father Tsui Kam-Kong, who also happens to be a wacky inventor. Stephen takes out his neighbor’s girl (Pauline Suen), and the two go to a local bar and engage in a jarring Pulp Fiction parody. Afterwards, her guy (Cheng Cho) comes after him and screws with him.
Stephen is saved by scientist Tsui, who rebuilds him as a shape shifting superhero, except he can only turn into household products (?). Undaunted, Stephen returns to his life by becoming a school teacher and charming the now-pretty Gigi Leung. And, events occur which give Stephen opportunities to turn into various household gadgets, i.e. a rice cooker, a toilet, etc. Sounds exciting, doesn’t it?

Year: 1995
Directed: Jing Wong / Wai Man Yip
Genre: Comedy / Fantasy / Sci-Fi
Runtime : 92 mins.
Country: China(Hong Kong)
Language: Cantonese
Subtitles: English & Chinese(Hardcoded)

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Bank Attack (Korean) 2007

Bank Attack 7002 korean

Gi-ro, who has never done anything bad in his life, decides to rob a bank to save his sick daughter. During the robbery, he encounters a real bank robber and a deliveryman.
No English Subtitles Included
Director: Park Sang-jun
Genre : Comedy

Baek Yoon-sik
Lee Moon-sik
Kim Sang-ho
Park Hyo-joon
Woo Hyeon

The Scent Of Green Papaya (1993) (Vietnamese)


A little girl, Mui, went to a house as a new servant. The mother still mourns the death of her daughter, who would have been Mui’s age. In her mind she treated Mui as her daughter. 10 years later Mui (now a young woman) was sent to another family, a young pianist and his wife. The musician falls in love with the peasant, he taught her literacy and they eventually married. A movie about a girl’s life.

Year: 1993
Directed: Anh Hung Tran
Genre: Drama
Cast: Anh Hoa Nguyen, Hoa Hoi Vuong, Man San Lu, Ngoc Trung Tran, Thi Loc Truong, Tran Nu Yên-Khê
Runtime: 104 min
Country: Vietnam
Language: Vietnamese
Subtitles: English

The Magnificent Ruffians (Hong Kong) 1979


Revered director Chang Cheh hit international gold by teaming three Taiwanese Opera artists (Lu Feng, Chiang Sheng, and Kuo Chue) with a Chinese muscleman (Lo Meng) and a Korean kicker (Sun Chien). The quintet starred in more than a dozen movies together, which were popular worldwide. This time it’s a battle between security agencies, and the men known as Twin Blades (Chiang Sheng), Magnificent Kicks (Sun Chien), Sharp Axe (honorary “Venom” Wang Li), Magic Pole (Kuo Chue), and Golden Sword (Lu Feng) take each other on until the last drop of blood is spilled.

Four starving friends and their new friend are tricked by a madman into fighting each other.

This movie has 3 major elements that any good kung fu movie must have: great cameraderie between the main heroes, awesome kung fu, and a great villain!

Director: Chang Cheh
Cast: Lu Feng, Lo Meng, Kuo Chue, Sheng Chiang
Running Time:101 min
Country:Hong Kong
Languages: Cantonese
Subtitles: ENGLISH /.srt
Rating: 6.5/10

Ectasy of the Angels (1972) (Japanese)


The ’60s are definitely over in director Koji Wakamatsu’s outrageous look at the Japanese radical movement. A group of oversexed militants (named after the days of the week) try to steal weapons from a U.S Army base–Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday are killed. Slowly, the surviving group members realize they’ve been betrayed by their own organization, and begin to wreak sexual and political anarchy on everything in sight. Between the 1960’s and early 1970’s, Japanese cinema literally exploded with some of the greatest genre filmmaking ever seen–a mindbending Cinemascope paradise of samurai swordfests, crazed yakuza thrillers and low-budget erotica. In conjunction with the American Cinematheque, Image Entertainment presents this rarely-seen Japanese cult film.

Year: 1972
Directed: Koji Wakamatsu
Genre: Drama
Rated: Unrated: Contains Violence and Sexual Situations
Runtime: 88 min
Country: Japan
Language: Japanese
Subtitles: English Hardsub